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... nicer. We met a couple of kids who were there when the boys were there however neither remembered each other. Spent a short time with some of the old caregivers, exchanged gifts and then after about 45 min we were off. Glad the boys went there and hopefully it will provide some closure for them - I can't see them ever returning though. The Director was amazed at the boys and how well they were and also ...
... visit some time!
On Saturday we took the bus down to Druskininkai, to visit Grūto Parkas. ("why would you go there? there's nothing to see! not that I've ever been there..") This beautiful piece of Soviet nostalgia warrants it's very own post, so stay tuned!
On a chilly Sunday morning we found out there's actually a train connection between Vilnius and Kaunas, and a very modern one at that! So two very ...
... They live in wooden houses, typically with gable ends and three windows facing the street, and there is a Karaim museum, a Karaim synagogue known as a Kenesa, and a Karaim cemetary.
Dinner was in Tauck talk, 'on our own'. We splurged on the tasting meal at Stickliai (glassblower), a Relais and Chateaux property, where, according to the guidebook 'royalty and stars come to stay'. The food was superb: lightly fried shrimp served ...
... and the man right next to me was from Georgia and the policeman looked at his visa for a good five minutes and I was getting nervous for him! Luckily, he was clear and then we proceeded on to Riga.
When we arrived in Riga, I just wanted to try and find Liva as soon as possible and after several minutes of walking around the station, we found each other and luckily for both of us, we were having off days so it worked out for both of us!!!!
... back. I ended up having a shot of a 120 year old liquor that was SWEET, not just awesome but the taste was surprisingly not at all harsh.
I had an hour to kill to the time was spent in quite a similar fashion, sharing excited stories, great food, and sampling all sorts of Lithuanian liquor. It was great when I could get by on the little Lithuanian that I know to speak with the old mother, who would get so excited it warmed my heart. They would point to items ...